Clogga is a good sized beach and well established swimming spot. There is good depth to the water as you enter and it is a bit exposed so you can expect some waves. Also look out for submerged or semi submerged rocks at the far end. The beach itself is a bit stony, but good for walking.
When we were there in May it was dull, windy and the water was cold. Lovely swimming, but we couldn’t understand why no one else was in the water with us ?
Coming from Dublin Clogga is a few kilometres past Arklow town. It’s best to drive through the town and at the end of the various roundabouts take the N 11 Wexford signpost. After a short distance watch out for a left turn signposted Clogga. Follow this twisty road which will lead you to a good sized car park. Access to the beach is down a long, rough path followed by some steps. It’ s not wheelchair or buggy accessible.
Ordnance Survey Discovery Series Map No. 62